By Rita Bradshaw

It's 1926 and the melancholy is claiming its sufferers on a daily basis. Hannah and her mom Miriam, who've lived with Hannah's uncle and aunt considering the fact that her father died, have by no means quite been shut. As Hannah develops right into a attractive lady, so Miriam's jealousy and resentment of her grows. not less than Hannah can get away to spend time at her good friend Naomi's, whose style mom offers Hannah the love she so lacks at domestic. And Hannah isn't really detached to Naomi's good-looking, captivating brother Joe. but if she is pressured to escape her apartment and the undesirable awareness of her uncle, it's the grave, taciturn Jake, Naomi's different brother, who shines via as Hannah's protector...

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Je m'aperçois que je le désire. Il me plaint, je lui dis que non, que je ne suis pas à plaindre, que personne ne l'est, sauf ma mère. Il me dit tu es venue parce que j 'ai de l 'argent. Je dis que je le désire ainsi avec son argent, que lorsque je l 'ai vu il était déjà dans cette auto, dans cet argent, et que je ne peux donc pas savoir ce que j 'aurais fait s 'il en avait été autrement . Il dit je voudrais 51 t'emmener, partir avec toi. Je dis que je ne pourrais pas encore quitter ma mère sans en mourir de peine.

C'est là que nous sommes au plus profond de notre histoire commune, celle d'être tous les trois des enfants de cette personne de bonne foi, notre mère, que la société a assassinée. Nous som­ mes du côté de cette société qui a rédui t ma mère au désespoir. A cause de ce qu'on a fait à notre mère si aimable, si confiante, nous haissons la vie, nous nous haïssons .

Je ne me souviens plus de la voix, sauf parfois de celle de la douceur avec la fatigue du soir. Le rire, je ne l'entends plus, ni le rire, ni les cris . C'est fini, je ne me souviens plus. C'est pourquoi j 'en écris si facile d'elle main­ tenant, si long, si étiré, elle est devenue écriture courante. Elle a dû rester à Saigon de 1932 à 1949, cette femme. C'est en décembre 1942 que mon petit frère meurt. Elle ne peut plus bouger de nulle part. Elle est encore restée là-bas, près de la tombe elle dit .

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